How I recently used three of the cameras that I made.
Taking advantage of fine weather
For me, having to book my photo-shoots in advance, almost ensures bad weather.
This is a collection of my pictures from the summer of 2015 plus some older unpublished favourites.
Using large format film last summer.
This was my last photo-shoot for 2015
Another 360 degree experiment.
The third photo-session this year was with Chiara Elisabetta who I had not had the good fortune to work with before.
Photo-session with Ella Rose in less than idea weather.
The first photo-session of 2015.
Searching one’s archives can be surprising.
A guide to photographing Women
How to build your own traditional medium and large format cameras in brass wood and other materials.
Creating some of my recent favourite pictures.
This book is a record of the images made in the summer of 2014.
A simple 360 degree experiment.
Photographing Elle Beth
All sorts of things can provide picture ideas. This time is was the Moon.
Exploring a Fantasy world in miniature with cardboard glue and plaster.
Making the most of a versatile Model in terms of picture taking opportunities.
The problems of evaluating your own work.
Picture building from several images.
The book, I wrote and illustrated for Amherst Media in the USA, just been published.
Working to achieve a number of styles.
The first season’s shoot was planned to give as much variety to the results. They were needed to provide illustrations for this year’s photo-book.
Using trees and woods for your picture taking can be very rewarding when photographing the female nude.
Why not use some everyday objects as props and posing aids?
A simple exercise in composite image building from existing pictures.
The joy of working with windows when working with natural light.
Altering your pictures using your computer to create different effects.
A permanent way to record your photography and add purpose to your picture taking .
This is the first of my new blogs. It is an introduction to the type of pictures I take and the way I work